Hargreaves Lansdown is to unveil its long-awaited unbundled pricing model on 15 January.
The announcement will include details of the platform's new-look Wealth 150 as well as news on the preferential share classes it has been able to secure from fund groups.
IFAonline's sister title Investment Week revealed in October the platform had delayed the launch of its new pricing structure until 2013, having initially planning to reveal details at the end of last year.
At the time, CEO Ian Gorham (pictured) said the group wanted to consider rivals' own pricing decisions before making a move in terms of its platform pricing.
"We have pushed it back because we do not feel under any pressure to launch it beforehand, and it lets us see what rivals are coming out with," he said.
He said there was no issue with fund groups stalling over super clean preferential pricing, stating discussions had been "concluded".
The platform aims to use its size to negotiate aggressively with fund groups, touting a revamped Wealth 150 list that will feature a core of around 30 funds.
Hargreaves, which is planning a tiered charging structure, could be set to announce charges for lower clients beginning at between 60-70bps, according to analysts at Barclays.
Platforms have until 6 April to implement a clean pricing model after the FCA banned rebates in last year's platform paper.
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